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  • RegisteredJuly 28, 2009
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  • RegisteredJuly 28, 2009

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Forums > Living in Kunming > Gaming consoles

the general consensus amongst my game addicted friends is that the 360 is best... but they would never ever have them chipped for fear of being banned from xbox live where they play COD and MW2 all day. i don't think xbox live is available in china, is it? i suppose that makes my advice irrelevant. thanks for listening.

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Forums > Living in Kunming > Advice on allergies - please help!

yeah, its probably better to take a more considered approach - consider appearance, aroma, complexity, characteristics, in mouth sensations, finish... of the wee... that you are drinking... on a daily basis... you deviant.

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so three friends walk into a cafe/gallery, right?

we sit at the counter, get handed menus and order a coke and a ginger tea.

the attendant appears confused and rummages through a cupboard behind a counter for two minutes.

he then sits and smokes.

again, we ask for a coke and a ginger tea, as well as a chocolate milkshake. he appears astonished, but disappears out the back and returns with a ginger tea complete with a lovely detergent bubble froth.

he then sits and smokes.

we ask again for the coke and the chocolate milkshake. he appears confused so we direct him to the fridge behind the counter and he gives us a coke can.

he then sits and smokes.

we ask again for the chocolate milkshake. he appears quite agitated and fumbles around in the cupboard behind the counter. we overhear him phoning somebody to enquire about this thoroughly exotic milk-based delicacy. he puts the phone down and fumbles through the cupboard.

he then sits and smokes.

realising he may not be the most capable attendant we cancel the order for the chocolate milkshake, hand back the ginger tea complete with a lovely detergent bubble froth, and settle the bill.

he then sits and smokes.

as for the art... the most compelling thing on the walls was an assembly of approximately 16 light switches and dimmers.